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Seraph Swords is proud to present this collectible replica from Assassin’s Creed. Altair’s sword is both his preferred close-range weapon and one of the most recognizable items in the game. Featuring a medieval Middle Eastern style and a patterned handle, the sword stands on its own merits; it is truly a beautiful item.
Iconic details of the blade include the clawed pommel shape, the metal tribal patterns on the blade, the black-finished handle, and the winged skull engraving on the hilt.
The handle is inlaid with the beautiful tribal patterns from the game. Both the inlaid patterns and the guard are top-grade cast alluminum. The sharp, double-edged blade is made from 440 stainless steel, an easy-to-clean material that retains its shine even with wear and prominent display. Your purchase also includes an authentic leather belt-sheath made specifically for this sword (the belt itself is not included).
This sword is ideal for conventions, cosplay, and simple display. As a beautiful and recognizable piece of the series’ legacy, Altair’s sword is the perfect gift for your favorite gamer and and is a must-have collectible for any Assassin’s Creed fan.
Overall length: 31 inches
Blade length: 24.75 inches
Handle length: 6 inches
Blade material: 440 stainless steel
Guard material: High-grade cast alluminum
Extras: Authentic leather sheath and belt-hook
More About the Item’s Origin
This iconic sword comes from the original Assassin’s Creed, where it was a weapon of choice for the legendary assassin Altair. While his punching blade served as the ideal stealth weapon, his sword easily handled groups of corrupt guards, Templars, and other hostiles. Released in 2007, Assassin’s Creed itself was a groundbreaking story that changed the way video game enthusiasts thought of virtual environments, combat, and history itself.
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Ciao a tutti. Mi chiamo Aosen ( è un nome Alias :D) Classe 86 appassionato per i videogiochi, in particolare World of Warcraft ed Assassin's Creed. ho ottenuto il 10 Febbraio 2019 il Guinness World Record per la collezione di AC più grande al mondo.